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) karen: i think they're asleep. ben: i think they're awake. aaaahhhh! ohh! jesus! you lunatic! don't say "jesus"! well, don't use my-- me-- as a trampoline. no, no, ben. go to your own bed. go on. you can't lie in bed all morning. it's 25 past six! can't you go downstairs and play a game or something? i'm hungry. well, go and get breakfast. okay, i'll make some omelets. no! no! why? the last time you made omelets, you left the kitchen floor like a sort of... eggie skating rink. well, you can't make an omelet without breaking eggs. no, that is true, but-- just don't make omelets, right? dad is gonna cook you something when he gets up. okay. i'll finish my experiment. oh, i don't like the sound of that. daddy, why did your friend jonty die? well... he, uh... he had a heart attack, sweetheart. did he know it was going to happen? well, no. i expect it was a bit of a surprise. did his heart explode? well, kind of... but not really, no. did blood come out of his mouth? did he go... rrraaaaaggghhh? did he go like... ( ghastly gasping ) ( thud ) who wants to watch telly? me! both: yay! ( loud, r
his vampire bat game. his vampire bat game. yeah. karen, it is after 7:00, and this project has to be in tomorrow. rhinos are boring. well, you chose them. yes, but i wanted to do it on rabbits. but rabbits aren't endangered. well, neither are rhinoceroses. they just say that so that they get attention. well, look, whatever your personal feelings about rhinoceros... ses is, you have to do this project. you could do it. oh, no. i got five gold stars on my brazil project. yes, and i got four and 3/4 of those stars. we can do it together. okay. we'll do it together. or... i'll just be watching telly as we do it together. no! so, the one in april, you had hold of his ankles, and you were swinging him round and round. and the table was closer than i thought. and he'd probably grown a bit since the last time i did it. and the occasion in may, the stitches? look, that was the time when he climbed the crockery cupboard and it fell on him. ask ben! no, don't-- don't ask ben, because ben is prone to exaggeration. well, more than that. so, you've never killed a man just to watch him die. (
karen: well, ben did it first. well, if ben stuck his head in the oven, would you do that? no, because if ben's head would be in the oven, there wouldn't be room for mine. karen! and besides, i couldn't possibly get my head in the oven without cutting my head off, and then i'd be dead, so i couldn't close the door. do you think you could stop being so cheeky? do you think you could stop asking stupid questions? do-- pete, can you talk to her? why me? because she listens to you. no, she doesn't. yes, she does. all right. karen. don't talk back to your mother. there, see? well, you didn't try very-- ( thumping; crash ) ben, what have you broken? ben: karen did it! karen's down here. well... she did it earlier, and it's only just dropped off. sue: oh, god. right. if i get up there and find a huge mess when we're all trying to get out of the house... this is crap. today's contestants... so is that. oh, my god. that really is crap. good god almighty. what's the woman doing? why-- why is she staring at the contents of that bloke's toilet? that's dr. gillian mckeith, granddad. eh? th
karen: can i go to daisy's sleepover? dad: no. karen: but why? because sleepovers... are the invention of the devil. but you let me go to alexa's sleepover. yep. and you watched the hills have eyes, and you didn't sleep for six months. and when we drove down to bristol, you said the cotswolds were staring at you. but you always go out. we haven't been out for... nine months. you went out that time not long ago. to your parents' evening. yes, but when you came in... you smelled like pub. ben, i don't understand why you-- stop it! no. now, which one is it? ohh. but, ben, what i don't get-- stop playing with the gas, will you? what i don't understand is, why did you tie floella to the climbing frame by her plaits? 'cause i didn't want her to fall off. do you think i'm going to believe that? i don't know yet. well, we're just going out to celebrate the fact that your mum's got a new job. you're just going off and spending all the money on salad and beer. well... what's-- what's wrong with salad? it's too green. ben, you are-- thank you for waiting. hello? one of our op
it to help t beand karen into agood state secondary. what, do you mn fotuition? no, no, you know. as a...donation. a bribe? wellisn't that how thin wor no! no, you haveo prend to be religis or lie about wre y live. ... and which are you gog too? ither! well, we did thinkbout the religion, but-- wellpetewas wrong. the rain's heloff. i said, "brenda, u should be as lucky ame. i've got the best ughter-in-law in the wld." ohlookt that. so wt can the queen do?can e tell her army tottacpeople? no. could she rn ptestants? noshe a protestant. n shsay who's on the rol vaety show? uh...no. wellthen that's unfair! what'she pnt in being queen youan't boss anybody abou well-- what would hpen the queen and e prime minister d a ght? well cotituonally, the prime-- no, nono, , no if there wasn acal fight beeen the queen anthe ime minister. i mean, she might old but she might beble to sti heringer in his onleye. what? i don'thingordon brown-- inome pictures, it looksike gordon brown's gottwoeyes. do thepainthe other one on? i thk if she's queen shshould be able to cp pele's heads off. the queen cat
, karen? yeah, she's on top form, aren't you, eh? actually, i'm not on top form. i'm thinking about all the bad people with the bombs. oh, right, so someone's got on to the topic of bombs, have they? it's all these incessant announcements, isn't it? darling, the thing to remember is this. the naughty people who've got the bombs, well, they are a fantastically tiny, tiny number. isn't that right, granddad? yeah, yeah. mind you, it only takes one. karen: what do you mean, it only takes one? sue: he doesn't mean anything. ( groans ) how much longer till we leave? six hours. but it was four hours a few minutes ago. yeah, it was two, then four, and now it's six. they're working their way through the two times table. well, it's quite complicated, because they believe that their religion tells them to do it so that they can get into heaven. is this muslims? no, not just-- it's not just muslims, no. what other religions have blown up planes? well, uh... the... well, it is mostly muslims, yes, but it's just a tiny, tiny group of muslims that do bad things, uh, because they think god is telling t
federati of small bubusiness karen harned. also peter morici, professor of international business at the university of maryland a and sahi kapurur ngressional reporter at "talklking points memo." he made a statement on the show back in march. >> i think the chiefustice was aggressively questioning the administration. at the latter half of the oral argument, he expressed sympathy with the argument that the health care market is unique. it n needs to be treated in a unique way. we did not see that same kind of skepticism or questioning the in bangkok'syou and i satto of. >> i am notot a sreme court experts so i ended up cickened out and deferring to experts who said in the end it would be kennedy who would be the swing vote. i chicickene out. you re right. what surised you? >> whatt was really surprising about his nal opinionon was how he did it. he decreed that mandate as affectively a tax. he completely sided with conservatives and said it is not validnder the commerce clause. >> many experts wte scathing opinions of their own, , saying ththat jusustice roberts rewrote the law in
. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> thank you, karen. good afternoon, commissioners. in the treatment workshop, i discussed our intensive nine month foundation effort. the validation process for collections is to sustain rearrest techniques and standards. we identify necessary rehabilitation improvements, like pump stations, and other operational improvements to help us predict the reaction of our system to rainfall. on the screen over here is the picture of the repairs from 2008. i would like to remind the commissioners that we're working under additional repairs for the same force. karen mentioned the redundancy issue. later we will talk more about the channel enforcement. validation did not just look at the proposed program, but the program operations for maintenance to make sure that everything works together. that the recommendations being brought today are integrated. you may recognize this cost table from the first workshop. the left side summarizes the treatment recommendations from 2010. the right side will summarize the recommendations from current efforts. the numbers outlined in re
by democratic strategist bob shrum, msnbc political analyst and former dnc communications director, karen finney and "huffington post" political reporter sam stein. i thank all of you for joining us here tonight. >> glad to be here. >> so this is huge. senate republicans were outmaneuvered and now house republicans are the only ones standing in the way of a middle class tax cut extension. do you think democrats might campaign on this bob? let me throw that to you. >> oh, i think they will campaign on it. i think democrats are going to be out there all the time talking about who's the party who's standing up fighting for the middle class, and who's the party who's going to fight a last-ditch battle to give away the most to the people at the top. i think that will be central to this campaign. >> so look in speaking to the daily telegraf about president obama's new tour of great britain, a romney spokesman described why he would be better. he says the white house didn't fully appreciate the shared history we had. after we hear from the president, i'll pick up about
cannot wait to see what comes out of it. let's bring in our panel in washington. msnbc analyst karen finney and michael crowley of "time" magazine. are you in new york, michael? >> no, i love new york. i wish i was. i'm in washington. >> i'm sorry. i thought so. thank you. karen, i'm getting visions of romney's boston headquarters looking like something out of a scooby doo episode. scrambling on friday the 13th to get away from the ghost of bain by suddenly scheduling five network interviews. is that about right? >> how about that. you don't actually do five network interviews unless you know you're in real trouble. no doubt they have some internal numbers and some suspicion that is looking at the public polling that this -- these attacks and this line of questioning, frankly, is working and is really eroding both the confidence that people have in this campaign, not only in the trust in the candidate but in the campaign's ability to respond and deal with these kinds of questions, particularly given these are things that have been out there a long time. >> karen, you know that experi
in louisiana. when we come back, we'll have an analysis of the president's speech with rob, karen, and sam. stay tuned. we built the first railway and the first trade route to the west. we built the tallest skyscrapers, the greatest empires. we pushed the country forward. then, some said, we lost our edge. we couldn't match the pace of the new business world. well today, there's a new new york state. one that's working to attract businesses and create jobs. build energy highways and high-tech centers. nurture start-ups and small businesses. reduce tax burdens and provide the lowest middle class tax rate in 58 years. once again, new york state is a place where innovation meets determination and where businesses lead the world. the new new york works for business. find out how it can work for yours at thenewny.com. would you mind if to be i go ahead of you?omer. instead we had someone go ahead of him and win fifty thousand dollars. congratulations you are our one millionth customer. people don't like to miss out on money that should have been theirs. that's why at ally we have the raise your
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the affordable care act. krystal ball and karen finney will join me on that. and on what michelle obama's doing on the campaign trail. >>> and last night we told you that your cell phone was spying on you and that law enforcement could get information without a warrant. tonight, we'll tell you what can be learned about you from the data that your cell phone is producing. >>> and in the "rewrite," the love/hate relationship between the religious right and. [ female announcer ] the power of green coffee extract is now in our new starbucks refreshers™ -- a breakthrough in natural energy. made with real fruit, starbucks refreshers™ are delicious low calorie drinks you can feel good about. ♪ rethink how you re-energize. ♪ get a boost of natural energy with a new starbucks refreshers™, in three re-energizing ways. try one on us, only at starbucks. but lately she's been coming in with less gray than usual. what's she up to? [ female announcer ] root touch-up by nice'n easy has the most shade choices, designed to match even salon color in just 10 minutes. with root touch-up, all they see is y
shortly karen >>george: there looking at a lighter than usual commute, and a round the bay area. it is a little sluggish on one the one in the south bay. it is light and easy ride to the peninsula and the north bay. >>darya: is the latest development in sentences go on the fire that we are falling. will tran is at this scene. unlike most of the fire fighters have left it >> >>will: @ they're preserving the scene. there inside the building trying to find the official cause of this fire. there were no fatalities and no injuries. there is no aberration to pass some hint here is a video that we apply to the scenes starting at 0:00 in the morning pit. they have arrested a 61 year old man that you can be seen being led into the squad car karen someone saw him like some kind of flammable device and then he disappeared. when he came back the witnesses said the there is your guy kid that is how they all were able to arrest them. >> this started in a vacant building. the people living next door heard the crackling of the frames -- flames and what. they said that the upper part of the
is aren't increasing about 10 mi. per hour karen goes all the way down through downtown livermore parent >> we are seeing delays at about 15 minutes. we're tracking incident along the peninsula on southbound 101. the a multicar crash. it you can see the red and yellow on this screen. we will monitoring this. >> you can see the end and the bay bridge back up right here. the meter lights are still active however the drive is under 15 minutes. the san mateo bridge ride is moving smoothly. there are no delays. the golden gate bridge as you contend with a little bit of fog and overcast conditions the can see that is running smoothly. if you take a look at the traffic map you can see the we have a lot of green on a roadway senses. and unlike a lot of people have there the day off. this is the live in view from our roof cameron looking out into san francisco. visibility is ok in the city. temperature wise we have a mild side of the season '60s right now. here is the wider view on the map. ec is upper 50s to those '60s everywhere on the map. take a look at where temperatures should be about
as we get all up in your business this morning. cnbc's karen choe join us us in london. karen, june was the best month for stocks since 1993. what will it take to get out of this mini slump? >> well, we're going right through corporate earnings season now. it's a difficult time for investors in the states. the turning point seemed to be the fourth of july a fairly decent run-up until independence day. after that, market falling in a straight line. the s&p 500 in particular down. now, the extent of the fall yesterday, the same. month to date, the main indices are low, order of 1%, 2%, still high for the year above what's been considered revisions to the outlook and we have every couple of weeks out numbers in the session yesterday, i.t. stocks likes of a & d, sales numbers and four year estimates, the engine makers cummins warning about numbers coming out of emerging markets this time, relaxed brazil, china and india. they're seizing upon this, investors. the likes of europe and the united states are weak. the growth story emerging markets proving to be not as strong as many people e
'm jeff barnd barndand i'm karen parkspolice say james holmes called himself "the joker"after he apparently killed 12 people... ...and hurt nearly 60...in the movie theater shootout in aurora colorado colorado...sandra endo ... takes us ... thru... what happened... early this morning morning there is at least one person that's been shot but there are hundreds of people just running around.chaos and panic following a shooting at a midnight showing of "the dark knight rises."authorities say a man propped open an exit door to theater nine at this aurora, colorado, cinema and threw in a smoke canister before allegedly unleashing a spray of gunfire on unsuspecting moviegoers.all you can hear is just gunfire left and right. every time someone would try to get out of the way he would just shoot them. he didn't have a specific agenda, he was just shooting people eft and right. medical responders say they had the infrastructure in place to deal with so many casualties at once because of another infamous colorado shooting.we learned some lessons from columbine so we were probably better
it and indications that he has much more of it than we may have thought. ezra klein, karen finney and i will all try to count mitt rom flee's money. and crazy joe walsh is back in the rewrite tonight. since crazy joe never found the time or courage to serve in the military, he now considers it unfa that his opponent actually did. and he is attacking iraq war vet and double amputee tammy duckworth for not trying to hide the fact from voters that she served in the military. i know this sounds crazy. but this is crazy joe walsh we're talking about here. crazy joe is back in the rewrite tonight. nnounc er ] think your kids are getting a dependable clean in the bathroom? [ gasps ] think again. try charmin ultra strong for a clean with fewer pieces left behind. its diamondweave texture is soft and more durable so it holds up better for a more dependable clean. fewer pieces left behind. charmin ultra strong. lookin' good, flo! feelin' good! feelin' real good! [ engine revs ] boat protection people love. now, that's progressive. call or click today. >>> the obama battleground bus rolled into ohio where une
cruz neither man was heard it seemed the sharks are be targeting older and coming closer to shore karen brown on what is behind the close encounters. >>> cape cod ever kayakers worst fear this man look back over his shoulder and panic at 10 ft. wide the dorsal fin of a great white shark. >>> the same day in santa cruz california a great white took a bite out of this kayak and an inside throne and the water but survived. >>> you could have sharks in the area at all times people need to be aware >>> the latest in great white encounters the hot temperatures bring them earlier but not people there after it is the exploding seal populations have moved closer to shore. >>> seals are their food but shark expert says sales are protected species so the population has exploded with a quarter million gray seals on the eastern seaboard. sharks are not interested in hunting people. >>> white sharks are curious predators when they buy an individual, usually a test and the last thing they find out if this is of interest they will take a nibble. >>> a great whites nibble can be a deadly chomp for a hum
take several more days. i'm karen travers for abc2 news. >> karen, you're talking about the crews. they've been on the clock since friday night. how are they dealing with this? >> jamie, there's two big challenges for the utility crews. first it's those without power. that is an many yesterday, but there's still a lot of things. they're also having trouble with getting crews in to help with the recovery effort. those who would come in from ohio, pennsylvania and west virginia are dealing with their own power outages. so the number of places they have to reach and the number of crews are making it a much tougher job. seems like they're giving conservative estimates. >> thank you. despite the efforts of bge crews, we still have intersections with no working traffic lights. they often skoals a lot of con -- cause a lot of confusion. when you come across an intersection with traffic lights out, treat it like a four-way sto. that means you stop, take a look and pursue safely. if you don't think it's safe, avoid it. stay with abc2 news for the latest on the screenup. remember to down load our
of the colorado massacre were held today karen brown shows us families and friends reflected on promising lives. >>> her home state flag flew in her honor as jessica ghawi's family and friends gathered in san antonio. >>> she never live without passion shall never stop amazing me as she lives on in our hearts. >>> tears for the 24 year-old son with a passion for hockey and laughter especially when this video played showing her as an intern falling on the ice when she conducted her first interview. she survived a deadly shooting at a toronto mall but was one of the 12 killed when james holmes opened fire and the shelling of the batman movie in aurora. >>> let's do what we can to remember them and share their stories >>> her brother jordan kelly >>> if the scout could done this with that much aid what can we do with this much love >>> they focused on jessica's passion for life. and that a point to remember all the victims especially those who died protecting others. matt mcquinn was one of them he was remembered in ohio he died protecting his girlfriend. >>> his immediate response was to protect
, hundreds of mourners praise their heroism. karen brown was in san antonio tx for one of the funerals >>> her states flag flew in her honor as jessica cowboys friends and family gathered in san antonio to celebrate her life. >>> she will never stop amazing me as she lives on in our hearts >>> tears for the 24 rolled with a passion for hockey. and some laughter or especially when this video played as sure as an intern fallen on is she conducted her first interview gallied survived a shooting and the toronto mall last month but was one of the 12 killed when james holmes allegedly fired inside of the movie theater in aurora colorado. >>> let's focus on the victims let's do what we can to remember them and share their stories >>> her brother jordan >>> if this coward could've done this with that much at what can we do with this much luck >>> this memorial focused on jessica's passion for life but also made a point to remember other victims. especially those protecting others. matt mcquinn was one of them he died protecting his girlfriend. >>> his immediate response was to protect the one
analyst and former dnc communications director karen finny, and huffington post political reporter sam stein. thank you for joining us. >> glad to be here. >> so this is huge. senate republicans were outmaneuvered and now house republicans are the only ones standing in the way of a middle class tax cut extension. do you think democrats might campaign on this bob? let me throw that to you? >> i think they will campaign on it. i think democrats are going to be out there all the time talking about who is the party standing up fighting for the middle class, and who is the party who is going to fight a last-ditch battle to give away the most to the people at the top. that will be central to this campaign. >> so look in speaking to the daily telegraph about president obama's new view a romney adviser explained why he would be better. we're part of an angs rowlow saxon relationship, and we feel romney is special. after we hear from the president, i'll pick up about why we think it was wise or unwise for romney's advisers to raise the clearly irrelevant factor of anglosa
came from college dropout rush limbaugh. >>> and karen finney will be here later to discuss why china-barber mitt romney is suddenly afraid to say anything about the team usa olympic uniforms being made in china. ♪ [ male announcer ] this is our beach. ♪ this is our pool. ♪ our fireworks. ♪ and our slip and slide. you have your idea of summer fun, and we have ours. now during the summer event get an exceptionally engineered mercedes-benz for an exceptional price. but hurry, this offer ends july 31st. >>> governor romney's plan would encourage companies to shift more of their operations to foreign tax havens, creating 800,000 jobs in those other countries. now, this shouldn't be a surprise, because governor romney's experience has been investing in what were called pioneers of the business of outsourcing. now he wants to get more tax breaks to companies that are shipping jobs overseas. >> that was president obama today in cincinnati, ohio, forcing the romney campaign to play defense on the romney years at bain capital, and exactly when those years came to an end. romney says al
college dropout rush limbaugh. >>> and karen finney will be here later to discuss why china-barber mitt romney is suddenly afraid to say anything about the team usa olympic uniforms being made in china. ♪ ♪ i want to go ♪ i want to win [ breathes deeply ] ♪ this is where the dream begins ♪ ♪ i want to grow ♪ i want to try ♪ i can almost touch the sky [ male announcer ] even the planet has an olympic dream. dow is proud to support that dream by helping provide greener, more sustainable solutions from the olympic village to the stadium. solutionism. the new optimism.™ ♪ this dream [ engine revving ] ♪ hey, hey, hey ♪ [ tires screech ] [ male announcer ] with fuel economy that's best in class and better acceleration than camry and accord, you'll wish you had the road to yourself. [ tires screech ] it's our most innovative altima ever. nissan. innovation that excites. ♪ >>> governor romney's plan would encourage companies to shift more of their operations to foreign tax havens, creating 800,000 jobs in those other countries. now, this shouldn't be a surprise, becau
washington. msnbc political analyst, karen finney and democratic strategist, julian epstein. karen, when you look at the obama campaign ad, turns out romney agrees with the president. when you talk it all in context, so can we put this whole attack on free enterprise to bed? >> oh, jonathan. what is it, july? we're going to hear -- please, we're going to hear this between now and election day and what it shows is the romney campaign is getting very desperate. the kind of editing job that into the attack ad was something we have not quite seen at this early a stage in a campaign. and again, it shows there's an element of desperation. they think they were able to latch on to something. my favorite thing though is apparently, he's comfortable talking about the middle class and poor people. he wasn't so worried about the poor a while ago and wasn't talking about the middle class. he was focused on the job creators. must have seen a poll that says talk about the middle class, so he's talking. >> julian, how much mileage is team romney getting out of distorting the president's words? were they abl
communications director, karen finney, democratic strategist julian epstein, and politico chief reporter, ken vogel. good afternoon. julian, have you ever seen such a team of bitter and sore losers as the republicans following thursday's decision? >> they had a really, really bad week last week. they lost everything on the immigration case. then they lost badly on the health care case. both cases of course, a conservative controlled supreme court. then mitt romney comes out and says that the penalty is in fact not a tax. you would expect that the republicans would want to change the subject and move on to something like a bold jobs plan, but they're like a dog chasing their own tail. they go through this inspector routine with eric holder and then want to talk about this repeal of health care, but can't answer any of the questions about what they want to do about preexisting conditions, the uninsured, subsidies for middle class and businesses. >> recovered by this. >> all of these things cht it's like alec baldwin didn't know when to give up words for games, these guys don't know when to take
post" and a cnbc contributor and karen finney, former dnc communications director and msnbc political contributor and raju nabu is a panelist. let's talk about the poll numbers. one to jump out at me, handling of the economy. president obama, now, approve 39%, disapprove 55%. and in april, it was 44-45. we see there's a crisis in consumer confidence. jobless claims above 375,000. karen finney -- >> you were going to do that. >> there is a -- there is a big wave coming. >> yeah. >> it is the economy. >> yeah. >> how do you get out from underneath this? >> it's obvious. this is baseline narrative of now and november. we have a number of jobs reports. that's not going away. i think the fundamental question both campaigns are trying to make the campaign about is who do you trust on the economy? again, the president is trying to get out there and make an argument. i'm not surprised to see the numbers where they are. within the margin of error, midsummer. this is about the time to sect -- >> 39-55 doesn't surprise you? >> i tell you what. it doesn't because, look, it's the middle of the sum
. karen finney and hogan on the frontal attack on mitt romney's vision for america. mitt romney picks up where john left off. >> i don't think the president, by his comments, suggests an understanding what it is that makes america such a unique nation. >> weighing in on romney's attempt to paint barack obama as un-american. >>> parallel track of influence from the muslim brotherhood and the highest levels of the federal government. >> and michele bachmann's witch hunt continued this morning, despite another firm condemnation of leadership. >> accusations like this being thrown around are pretty dangerous. >>> you guys are absolutely right, and it is -- it is a matter of national survival. let me -- >> that's right. >>> no matter how hard he might try, mitt romney has not rid himself of his tax return problem, and one of his campaign's favorite surrogates, his wife, this time actually made matters worse. first, a few poll -- a new poll reveals what the public wants. by a 17-point margin, americans believe romney should release more than two years of tax returns. even 53% of independents t
of the university. and with that, i'll turn the microphone over to our chairman of the board karen pets. >> thank you, ken. the board of trustees as a group that has paramount accountability for overseeing and ensuring the proper functioning and governance. university accepts full responsibility for the failures that occurred. the board in cooperation with the administration will take every action to ensure that an event like this never happens again. in our university community. i would like to reiterate that we're grateful to judge freeh for his report and 119 recommendations. and we will be closely studying this document as we continue to push forward in identifying and implementing necessary changes across the entire university. since i stepped into the role of chair in january of 2012 with the help of my board colleagues we've made significant improvements in our structure and university oversight. we're implementing specific oversight committees such as risk, audit, legal, compliance, governance, academic excellence and human resources. tomorrow we'll be voting on several new governance ini
. this will depend on this city attorney's office karen j.r. stone, kron 4 news. >> >>dan: and yang in city mother of two is in critical condition after being shot several times and all invasion last night. investigators say the attack was extremely violent and it appeared that the victim was targeted at random. that says that the 62 year-old woman was outside her home last night when three men forced her back inside at gun point. a brother and two children were, the time. >> he just kept saying where is the cash. we kept ourselves quiet. that's the guy said which when did you guys know the combination of the safe. it was one issue does all that i fought back at the guy. but that risk was i actually got a pistol whipped. and there was a buyer going around it and i saw my mother holding her softened pain. my sister said she shot she is shot. i went back inside and i applied pressure to the wooded today and does arrive. >> a shooting victim went into is surgery last night. her children asking for people to pray for the mother speedy recovery. >> and oakland firefighters are doing everything th
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